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South African actresses who chose careers over marriages

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Marriage comes with significant responsibilities often; ladies choose to dump their careers and fulfil their new duties as wives. However, other actresses didn’t allow their marriages to interfere with their careers. It’s infrequent for actresses to continue with their acting career after they get married because many people don’t consider acting as a real career.

Leleti Khumalo

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khumalo Leleti

Leleti Khumalo is a prominent actress famous for portraying Sarafina in the musical movie Sarafina. She first got married at the age of 20 to actor Mbongeni Ngema, and they bore a son. Despite being married at a young age, she focused on her acting career, bagging roles after roles. However, her marriage has its challenges like any other marriage, and she divorced her husband. She later got married for the second time, and still, her marriage is not affecting her career negatively.

Stephanie Hungani

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Hungani Stephanie

She was thrust into the limelight when she bagged a role on Scandal’s long-running show. She nailed her role as Ingrid, and she became a household name. Rumors say she met now her husband Hungani Ndlovu whilst acting on Scandal. The two got married, and she did not let her marriage ruin her acting career. Currently, Stephanie has a successful YouTube channel, aiming to do more in her acting career.

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Sindi Dlathu

Dlathu Sindi

She is a veteran musician and actress most known for portraying Thandaza on Muvhango. Sindi ventured into acting in the 1990s when she featured in the musical movie Sarafina. She is among actresses who didn’t let their marriages interfere in their careers. Sindi is happily married to Okielant Nkosi, and they have two children. Despite being a mother and wife, Sindi has no signs of quitting her acting career as she keeps bagging new gigs.

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